|24 August, 2019

Strategic partnership confirms Kuwait Finance House's leadership in supporting Kuwaiti youth

Kuwaiti triathlete champion Abdullah Alrefaie joins KFH strategic partners team

Strategic partnership confirms Kuwait Finance House's leadership in supporting Kuwaiti youth

Set a Record at the Ironman competition in Sweden

Kuwait: Kuwaiti triathlete champion Abdullah Najib AlRefaie joined Kuwait Finance House (KFH) strategic partners team as part of a strategic partnership that confirms the Bank's continued support for sports
and athletes and its interest in youth and champions who raise Kuwait’s flag high.

AlRefaie completed the race (Full Ironman) that was held in Kalmar, Sweden with a record time of 10:58:44 to become the fastest player in the history of the competition (3.8 km swimming, 180 km cycling, 42 km running).
AlRefaie praised the support and keenness of KFH towards him, indicating the appreciation from the bank constitutes a greater incentive for him to stand on the international podiums representing Kuwait. He praised the support KFH provides to youth, talents and distinguished competencies, which reflects the bank’s commitment towards achieving social responsibility and the interest in developing society.

Such initiatives confirm KFH's commitment to support youth and honor outstanding athletes, with the aim of encouraging and enriching the sports and intellectual movement among the community.

Kuwait Finance House (KFH)

KFH Data Classification: Commercial In Confidence KFH was established in Kuwait in 1977 and is enlisted in the Kuwait Stock Exchange. KFH Group is a global pioneer in the field of Islamic banking services, where it offers a wide array of Islamic financial products and services, not to mention a high standard of innovation and customer service.

KFH manages its operations in the GCC, Asia, and Europe through over 504 branches, including KFH-Turkey, to offer services for the bank's customers in Turkey, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Germany, and the UAE.

KFH's mission is to achieve highest levels of excellence and innovation in the field of customer service, while developing common interest for all those concerned with the financial institution.

KFH's vision is to spearhead the global development in Islamic financial services, and to upgrade the bank into the level of becoming the most sustainable profitable Islamic bank in the world.

KFH's values include cementing leadership through all its businesses, including leadership in the Islamic banking services worldwide, through innovation, superior customer service and the development of its employees. In addition, KFH is committed to all its procedures, and to setting up long-life partnerships with the concerned authorities.

For more information, please visit: www.kfh.com 


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